Men, you should check yourselves for any abnormal lesions. Some of these lesions are removed with medication and some are removed with an in-office procedure. Some lesions can be passed to a partner and some lesions are precancerous. Schedule an appointment today at one of our locations in Houston, Richmond, Tomball, or Webster so we can check out that lesion. Common lesions are:
Men, Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the leading cause of cervical cancer in women, but it’s something that we need to be on the lookout for as well. At The Y Factor, we’re focused on helping men learn about how HPV can put their partner at risk for cervical cancer. It’s never easy talking about lesions on your penis through a website, but if you have any kind of growth that looks like anything in the pictures above, you could have condyloma (genital warts). As men we mistakenly assume that the lesions on their penis are the following: normal, cut myself from shaving, keloid, mole, skin tag.
How The Y Factor Can Help
You might’ve gotten a skin cancer screening at your dermatologist, but chances are your doctor didn’t go below the belt. At The Y Factor we specialize in men’s urological wellness so we’ve seen everything below the belt. HPV virus infection then imbeds into the deeper skin layer where it can remain dormant for years. The HPV virus can control cell replication and cell death leading to unregulated cell growth. This unregulated cell growth presents as skin lesions often mistaken as moles or skin tags. This unregulated cell growth can lead to oral, cervical and anal cancer. This is the leading cause of these cancers in women! The Y Factor can:
- Remove skin tags
- Release penis skin bridges
- Remove genital dark lesions/ angiomas
- Circumcision for scarred foreskin (RHW)(ShangRing)
- Incise scarred frenulum
- Treat groin rashes
- Treat scarred deviated penis (PSWL and injections)
If you think you have an HPV gential growth, schedule your consultation at one of our clinics across Houston, Tomball, Richmond, Webster, and The Woodlands.